To-Work-With-Named-Viewport-Configurations

To Work With Named Viewport Configurations

To Work With Named Viewport Configurations

Viewport arrangements can be saved only in model space, but you can restore saved viewport arrangements either in model
space, as model space viewports, or in paper space, as layout viewports.

Saved settings include

  • The number and position of viewports
  • The views that the viewports contain
  • The grid and snap settings for each viewport
  • The UCS icon display setting for each viewport

To Save and Name a Viewport Arrangement

  1. In model space, click View tabViewports panelNamed. Find
  2. In the Viewports dialog box, New Viewports tab, enter a name for the viewport configuration
    in the New Name box.

    The name can be up to 255 characters long and contain letters, digits, the special
    characters dollar sign ($), hyphen (-), and underscore (_).

To Restore a Saved Viewport Arrangement

  1. Click View tab Viewports panel Named Find
  2. In the Viewports dialog box, Named Viewports tab, select the name of the viewport
    configuration from the list.

To Delete a Saved Viewport Arrangement

  1. Click View tabViewports panelNamed. Find
  2. In the Viewports dialog box, Named Viewports tab, select the name of the viewport
    configuration you want to delete.
  3. Press the DELETE key.

Learning AutoCad

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